South Jersey Industries has opened the doors to its new 72,000-square-foot headquarters in Atlantic City, joining Stockton University’s new campus as part of a high-profile, $210 million project to diversify the city’s economy beyond gaming.
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Stockton University’s plan to purchase the former Atlantic Club Casino Hotel has fallen through, marking the latest setback for the Atlantic City property more than four years after it closed its doors.
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The new Hard Rock Hotel & Casino has opened its doors in Atlantic City, with the promise of being a new type of destination that will grow the market and bring new visitors to the resort town.
As a crowd packed the famed Atlantic City boardwalk on Thursday, an investment group hailed the opening of the new Ocean Resort Casino at the former Revel property.
The new Hard Rock Hotel & Casino will open June 28, with a model that aims to set a new standard in Atlantic City. For one thing, the resort will have an added emphasis on entertainment, leveraging Hard Rock’s own vast network of performers to help program the venue and bolster other nongaming revenue streams such as meeting business and hotel stays. But its owners have sought to be different from past generations of New Jersey casinos in another way, focusing on community outreach that they say will continue well past the grand opening.